I’m Crafty Again! Currently Reading 2019 Weeks 43-44

Posted November 10, 2019 by Zeee in Currently Reading4 Comments

I'm Crafty Again!

Bookish updates in the last 2 weeks

Happy Sunday, Wormies! By the time you’re reading this, I am probably driving to Palm Springs for a work conference. Fun! Not really. LOL But at least I am out of the office for now.

The last week has been enlightening for me because ahem… I still know how to sew! I seriously learned how to sew in high school on an old school Singer sewing machine. Yup, not the electric one! My mom purchased a machine a year ago and I decided to use it! So here is the fruit of my labor!

I’m planning to make more! Yay! This took me about 4 hours to make, so it wasn’t too bad!

I’m also excited about this Pixar Short featuring Filipino-American characters written and directed by a Filipino! Thank you, Pixar for this representation. Asian representation in Hollywood has been rising, but for the most part, Filipinos have been overlooked because we don’t look like typical Asians. I can’t wait for November 12!





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4 responses to “I’m Crafty Again! Currently Reading 2019 Weeks 43-44

    • hahaha I last sewed something in high school! I also broke a needle the first time I tried after years of not touching a sewing maching, but I just googled to find out the right needle to use 🙂 I’d be happy to teach you if we were neighbors 😉

  1. Sharlene Wegner

    I am not crafty, but I am really good at raking leaves, again and again. LOL. I am really excited to read Beard Necessities by Penny Reid, which just came out. However, I need to read the 2 books before it. I find that with this series, it is necessary to read them all in order, or you miss important things.